Dr. Richard Troast, is the Principal for Troast Environmental Consulting (TEC). Dr.Troast is a recognized toxicology expert in assessing the risks of lead and other hazardouus chemicals to children and adults. Dr. Troast has successfully represented clients in both State and Federal District Court and has been accepted as an expert under both Frye and Daubert standards. Dr. Troast retired as a senior scientist within the Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response (OSWER). In the EPA program Dr. Troast chaired both the Lead and Asbestos review programs which provided technical oversight to localities conducting cleanup actions. He was the recipient of several EPA awards for outstanding contributions during his tenure with the Agency. . View Expert Witness Profile
Stacie Singleton has over 25 years of experience in Environmental Regulatory Compliance. She has Worked in environmental compliance in public, private, and contractor roles.
Background - Ms. Singleton has been a Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) permitting manager for state regulatory agencies in Washington and New Mexico. An environmental state regulator for 18 years, her expertise is in the proper management of hazardous and non-hazardous solid waste. Ms. Singleton has also served as an Environmental Consultant to Native American Tribes for 4 years.
Litigation Support - Ms. Singleton is provides consultation and expert witness services to attorneys representing both plaintiff and defendant. Her services include site review, thorough reporting, and depositions as needed.
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Philip T. Tringale, PhD, PE is a registered Professional Civil Engineer with over 25 years of Environmental Consulting experience. Dr. Tringale has served in senior technical and management positions throughout his thirty year professional career. With experience gained from a start-up consulting firm as well as from well-established engineering companies, he continues to focus his energies on leading technical projects and overseeing technical and geographic expansion activities. Consulting Services Include:
As a registered professional engineer, Dr. Tringale has directed numerous site assessments and remediation programs involving soil and groundwater contaminated primarily by organic solvents, metals, and petroleum products. He has particular expertise in site characterization and in the use of in-situ testing to evaluate soil properties. Dr. Tringale has provided final design for remedial actions that involve excavation, containment, bioremediation, vacuum extraction, monitoring, and groundwater treatment. Selected Projects:
For over 40 years, Chuck Dutill, P.E., D.F.E. has been performing hydrology and environmental engineering nationwide. He has focused on wastewater, stormwater, flooding, sewers, septic systems, groundwater, drainage, hydrology, hydraulics, drinking water, mold, erosion, and air quality. The hydrology, civil engineering, and environmental engineering work of Mr. Dutill has been heavily concentrated in:
Mr. Dutill also has significant engineering experience in the areas of design, construction management, operation and maintenance assistance, and community acceptance. He serves as a civil engineer, environmental engineer, and hydrologist on a consulting basis for private, institutional, and governmental clients. Expertise:
CV Available Upon Request View Mr. Dutill's Expert Witness Profile.
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